DynamoDB continuous backups and Point-In-Time-Recovery disabled
DynamoDB can back up your data with per-second granularity and restore to any single second from the time PITR was enabled up to the prior 35 days.
Severity: CRITICAL Interval: 1 DAY
Why do I see this?
One of your DynamoDB tables didn’t have Point-In-Time-Recovery (PITR) enabled.
What is this about?
Point-In-Time-Recovery (PITR) is an automatic continuous backup that lets you restore your DynamoDB table and secondary indexes, global and local, to any point in time during the past 35 days. This setting does not interfere with on-demand backups but instead acts as an additional defense layer.
How do I fix this?
You can enable PITR in the AWS DynamoDB Console by selecting a table and clicking on the “Backups” tab in the middle of the view.
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